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.6 million from the general reserve for the gross receipts tax implementation planning for fy 2012-13 and amending the salary ordinance and reflecting the addition of five positions this the treasury of tax collector. >> same hots same call this item is passed on the first reading. >> item 27. >> item 27 is performing work under city contracts. >> same house same call this resolution is adopted. >> item 28 is a resolution approving the fourth contract amendment with i c f resour for renybble contract change and resours and increasing the amount of contract by 20.4 million. >> this resolution is adopted item 29. >> item 29 is a resolution approvalling the prepayment and collection agreement between bay area water supply and public utilities chex for a term ending 2036. >> next item. >> item 30 is a resolution authorizing the department of emergency management to retrotively accept and extend an emergency management performance grant in the amount of 289.6000 for preparedness compatibilityings for the period of july 30, 2012 through june 2013. >> this resolution i
.i.c. but it was at the price point we could afford. i am not rich. i am a working class professional. paying my property taxes, sending my son to public school in san francisco, trying to make ends meet like most people here. we have been patiently waiting to condo convert for six years with our financial stability deteriorating. we are trapped by our loan because we are not able to refinance and have a balloon payment due in two years. i'm scared what will happen in two years. i am not a real estate investor. i'm not looking to float my home. i am a mother who wants to raise her child in san francisco and have the same mortgage financing options as the rest of the countries. i urge you to support the condo bypass legislation. >> chair wiener: thank you very much. next speaker. >> hello. my name is julie, and i'd like to thank the supervisors for taking this into such serious and strong consideration. i think what's evident today is that the t.i.c. units and ownership is very unique to san francisco and therefore requires unique and brave decisions. i'm a single woman, i've lived here for 20 years, i bought m
it as another tax. >> i wanted to bring up something that was brought up in my neighborhood that is part residential, part commercial, which is people are very distressed because for example, on sampson street, one-half of the street is residential parking. the other half is metered. so this now means on weekends, on sundays, everyone has got to park on the residential park. no one is going to want to park on the metered part. so the residents have come to me in distress, and said, now we have no parking. so we won't have any parking because people won't want to park where the meters are. that is maybe something that was unanticipated. i'm curious and i have contacted mta to ask if they had any plans, because i'm sure there are other instances of that, where it's a mixed-use neighborhood. whether they would be considering, i don't know, putting residential in seven days a week. you know, there has got to be some way to work that out. >> stickers. >> i'm sure there will be little nuances, so we have heard over the years there are some merchant areas that really want the sunday meters
we earn playing and shopping here. we care about each other and pay taxes to provide services to everyone. in fact, my co-owners and i have paid over $250,000 in property taxes to the city of san francisco since we purchased in 2007. in the same period of time two similarly sized tenant occupied buildings on our block have paid less than 40,000 combined. that's due to prop 13. we are san francisco's middle class and we need help. although we don't attend meetings in protest we still deserve to have the full board consider this legislation which will allow us to help ourselves. i also wanted to thank the people in opposition who have acknowledged our common goals and that we need help but state that long-term solutions which i believe we need in condo reform isn't going to help any of us. we're going to be forced to sell and dump this problem in new owners -- >> chair wiener: thank you very much. next speaker. i've called all the cards. if there's anyone else who would like to speak just get in line, otherwise this will be the last speaker. >> jake, i live in a six unit t.i.c.
for curve walks, pedestrian signals, the major feature of the sales tax program. i have the audit on the agenda. congratulations to cynthia and the board; we continue to have a good credit rating. we have not had to issue bonds but we are prepared to that. we have negotiated a letter of credit; there is a significant cost savings, just under 1 million dollars a year that are now available for projects. we have had a big office move; congratulations to cynthia and her staff. if you have not looked at the window recently it is converted to residential use. last but not least i want to reiterate what jose luis and the chair have said about the leadership of the board; and more more about the public and private partners. a huge thanks to the wonderful staff past and present and our interns who have done amazing things. i want to mention anthony adams who created interactive maps. you can find the project, cost phase and completion. we expect this to go live next month. thank you. >> thank you for your presentation; the interactive map something and fantastic; i look forward to se
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